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NASA Astrobiology: Science Talk '22: Call for Proposals

Status Report From: NASA Astrobiology
Posted: Thursday, September 30, 2021

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SCIENCE TALK '22:
Call for Proposals!
SCIENCE TALK '22 IS now accepting proposals for speaking opportunities at the annual conference, both in-person and online from Wednesday, March 23, through Friday, March 25, 2022.

SCIENCE TALK ’22 is being planned as a hybrid conference to take place both in person in Portland, Oregon, and with real-time online participation for speakers and attendees also available.

Please click the link below for more information about speaking opportunities and how to submit a proposal.
The proposal application deadline is Friday, October 1, 2021.

SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES
There are three types of speaking opportunities at SCIENCE TALK ’22: Short Presentation, Panel, and Workshop. There will be a separate registration form for each type of proposal. Please visit this page starting September 1 for links to the registration forms.
​SHORT PRESENTATION
Session time: 20 minutes total
Maximum number of speakers: 2 individuals
Short Presentation speakers will receive 1 full-price registration that can be split with second presenter, if applicable.

PANEL
Session time: 45 minutes speaking, 5 minutes moderated Q&A
Number of speakers: Minimum 3, Maximum 4 individuals
This proposal must include at least two prospective panelists (yourself plus one other). We will work with you to identify and recruit other panelists, if needed.

WORKSHOP
Session time: 60 minutes
Number of speakers: 1 or more individuals
Presenters should plan to offer their workshops either all in-person, or all online
Workshops must be as interactive as possible
Audience: Minimum 20, Maximum 100

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